From left: Robert Woolard, Jerry Hinkle, Karl Aston, Larry Atkins, Mark Hirsch. Photo Credit Bob King
My 33.2 gram find.
I think I was on my 6th day of the hunt when I found one.
Maddie Gheesling and me.
Karl Aston finds a beauty!
Karl found his meteorite under this radar return. Several others were found in the area as well.
Karl can only smile!
Yes, I have permission lol!
Too many fences
You know things are serious when the computers are in the field.
Hey, that's Tim Heights, Karl, Me and Ruben Garcia. Keep marching men! Many days were spent gridding, I hate gridding.
Me, Tim Heitz, Karl Aston.
Robert Woolard finds a meteorite!
Good eye Robert!
Jerry Hinkle's turn!
Mark Hirsch scores! Look at the roll over lip on that thing.
Mark the photographer finds a meteorite and gets his picture taken by me, the meteorite hunter. That would explain the blurry picture.. Sorry Mark!
Marks meteorite is a bit pyramidal shaped and oriented. It has flow lines and a roll over lip.
Concentrate now, focus.
Baby Killdeer I believe.
Tim Heitz and me talking to some local kids from the farm in the background.
Too funny! This picture needs explaining. We pull up to a property that we wanted to hunt, I look through the window as I knock on the door and I see a man and a woman in the house. They both come to the door. As the man, whom I assumed was the husband or home owner, steps out, I looked at him and my brain went into a knot. This guy looks exactly like Darryl Pitt! Alas, It is Darryl! He had arrived before us, and if you know Darryl you know how nice and polite and cordial he is. It's no surprise he had been invited into the home. We had a great laugh and hunted together for a while. Unfortunately, no meteorites were found on the property.
Photo Credit Mark Hirsch
Main mass of Mifflin found by Joe Kirchner. 332 grams. Photo Credit Mark Hirsch.